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Oct 29, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. grant lodes, kron 4 news. >>> now to the latest on tropical storm sandy. superstorm sandy slammed into the east coast and done so hard. 13-foot surge of water into new york city and left a construction crane dangling off of a 74 story building. it is dumping rain and snow on most of the east coast with more than 5 million people without power. the storm is also blamed for 13 deaths. states of emergency declared for multiple states and officials suspended trading on wall street, closed subways in new york and shut down airports in new york, new jersey and connecticut. bay area red cross and the national guard have already been sent in to help as the clean up is expected to take days and cost millions. kron 4's jacqueline bennett is tracking tropical storm sandy. >> this is a nasty storm because unlike most hurricanes they just go up the coast line and become tropical storms and go away. this merged with a powerful winter storm. you can see all the snow, the blue indicating snow, dark blue is heavy snow and a mix of rain and snow, that is the purple. you see more of the cold weather
Oct 27, 2012 11:00pm PDT
and head of the super storm as hurricane santee. it is expected to becoming on shore hurricane and sandy. with 800 mi. could be even impacted with rainfall, snowfall, april williams has of people are preparing for this upcoming the >> hurricane sandy is making its path for the most densely populated areas. the perfect storm and a new study of just how much more money are getting paid. one half million dollars and women in the workforce. >> relief for some of those >> there have been several east coast cities that have been expected to make landfall around delaware. however they think that 800 mi. could be hit by strong winds, rain and snowfall. april williams has more. on how people are preparing a. >> conditions are deteriorating as the path goes towards the east coast with declarations of emergency with mandatory evacuations for atlantic city casinos and barrier islands. the expected magnitude. >> we have to be prepared for the worst and this is unlike any other storm is going to be forecast for a slow-moving storm. >> it could merge with a cold front with a super could unleash heavy f
Oct 30, 2012 11:00pm PDT
on your feet. rz >> and it's not over yet. as sandy continues to dump rain and snow throughout the east coast. >>> sandy still causing problems for millions of people along the east coast. the store is being blamed for at least 50 death, mostly from trees uprooted by the high winds. more than 8 million people are still without power in 17 states tonight. and it could be weeks before power is restored to everyone who is affected. so far new york and new jersey have been two of the hardest hit states with so much of atlantic city underwater. some airports continue to be closed, but limiting travel in the new york metropolitan area will resume tomorrow morning. also the new york stock exchange is expected to reopen tomorrow. >>> an update on the rainfall totals so far. joermg town and delaware -- georgetown and delaware, over 10 inches. other locations like oceana and virginia, washington dc just under 6. rainfall totals have been excessive as sandy has made landfall. steady rain is continuing at this hour. but the coverage is decreasing as sand sestarting to weaken some. still heavy rains
Nov 1, 2012 11:00pm PDT
coast states. the storm caused nearly $20 billion in insured losses. overall, sandy could mean $50 billion in economic losses. that would make this storm the fourth costliest catastrophe in united states history. chris welsh has more. >> reporter: the damage is unimaginable. the toll on human life and the financial devastation are still being tallied, but in the areas hardest hit, it's time to move forward. >> our job has moved from saving lives to rebuilding them. >> reporter: the long road to recovery meant a long wait on thursday. new york commuters faced a choice of standing in lines for buses or trying to get to work on their own. >> not only our train, 35 minutes door to door. >> reporter: 9-23 subway lines are still not running. much of 34th street remains in the dark. people there need food and help. >> we're going to have to find some longer term solutions to this. >> reporter: gas station lines stretched for mil >> three hours . a lot of patience and sanity. >> reporter: the presidential candidates are venteduring back on the -- venturing back on the campaign troil trail
Nov 2, 2012 11:00pm PDT
devastation of superstore sandy ravages the east coast. still some people are waiting for help to our right. and drunken brawls are a common sight but now they are doing away with the faugh extra patrols. first, the san francisco police saying that the hot spot for police activity. the san francisco police chief says he is putting more officers in the mission district. we're in the past month, violence has spiraled out of control. kron4's phillipe djegal is live with more on a sector where police say most of the crime is happening. >> philippe? >> this is densely possibly later many can get a quick escape. it is also a multiple bus stops making this area a transit hub. >> if somebody were thinking ahead they could make a quick getaway on a public transportation is also a gang activity. >> 16th/san francisco there is a more police presence with patrol units motorcycles and on marked cars. >> there has been 94 arrests and one half block since august. >> since wells fargo have been vandalized. >> and also aggravated assaults with weapons for is related and four homicides. the weather is the dr
Oct 26, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. no casualties hurricane sandy- it has however, claimed 40 lives and the caribbean. the northeastern united states could get hit on monday. forecasters say that it could merge with two other storms it has already declared state of emergencies. residents are being warned that they could be without power for several days. >> the u.s. navy is getting but every it could bring with 26 ships had been ordered to go from a virginia out of its path. it started leaving this morning and will continue to go out this tomorrow morning. they have been putting out sandbags and checking disaster relief of several facilities in the area. in the coming up three brothers, one terrible decision that dramatic video of these stunt gone wrong. >> this new atm encouraging cellphone theft? a of the world series. we have giants. with giants details, this man in canada we have it all complete world series details. >>pam: senator harry reid is out of the hospital after this automobile accident in of las vegas. the motorcade crashed with eight other vehicles. he walked into the hospital on his own and was retreated. he
Oct 31, 2012 11:00pm PDT
in new york open. >>> and with an estimated 25% of cell towers knocked out by sandy, wireless providers at&t and t-mobile have agreed to share networks in new york and new jersey following the storm there. subscriberce won't need to pay -- subscribers won't need to pay or do anything extra. >>> we're seeing rain throughout the bay area, lighter rain tapering off in santa rosa which is good because we've been seeing rain there for several hours. spotty rain showers after hid night. some of those cells will be heavy. into tomorrow, decreasing cloud cover into the afternoon. still cool temperatures. the warming trend? that's for the weekend. the tailend of this system is pushing through, sweeping through the bay area. pulling in some tropical moisture, the core of tthe tailend extending well offshore. so the rain is pretty much in the right place. the intensity is a little rye right now -- high right now. we're seeing the lighter rainfall. and it's south of the golden gate. in the 2:00 some of the residual showers move in. into your morning commute, 5:00, a few scattered showers, same thin
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